From favourite walking routes and points of interest to flora and fauna – all things connected with walking in the South West of England and beyond.
Walking into the Valley of Rocks from Lynmouth

A circular walk from Lynmouth to the Valley of Rocks takes in the South West Coast Path, feral goats, unusual rock formations, an ancient valley, and rugged coastal views.

Walk from Bristol City Centre to the Clifton Suspension Bridge

Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the Clifton Suspension Bridge is one of those iconic landmarks that defines a destination.

Watchet to Minehead on the King Charles Coast Path

In the distance, Dunster Castle and the wilder curves of Exmoor added a pretty-as-a-painting backdrop while weeks of rain turned the fields bordering the path into mini lakes, a haven for wildlife, sparkling in the sunshine.

Walking on Haddon Hill in Somerset

Although Haddon Hill is one of high points of Exmoor National Park, getting to the trig point at its summit (355m) requires not a lot of effort…

The importance of choosing good walking socks

In numerous diverse destinations, blisters haven’t been an issue. Walking socks play a major part in this. They cushion impact on key areas of the foot, help reduce moisture, and provide support.

Identifying types of hikers using one question

I’m concentrating on hiking in Britain where I’ve decided there are fundamentally two different types of hikers. Identifying which is which can be achieved by asking just one question.

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